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  • (Untitled)

    WISN-TV (Milwaukee) series investigates organized crime's links to the Wisconsin cheese industry, Nov. 11-14, 1980.
  • Patient Beware

    WISN-TV (Milwaukee) in-depth series examines gross deficiencies in the Wisconsin Medical Examining Board, May 19 - June 10, 1980. TAPE
  • Medical Malpractice

    WHA-TV (Madison, Wis.) tells the tale of an incompetent doctor with 12 malpractice cases, his faked death and the failure of Wisconsin's Medical Examining Board, 1984.
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    WHA-TV (Madison) documentary reveals the inability of Wisconsin to enforce state regulations concerning the shipping of hazardous materials by truck; because so many state and federal agencies share responsibilities, and yet do not coordinate, programs accomplish little, October 1984.
  • Super Fund, Super Mess

    WHA-TV (Madison) documentary probes toxic waste problem in Wisconsin and the state's delay in applying for Superfund status, October 1983.
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    Milwaukee Sentinel looks at a racing promotion contract awarded to a new firm by the board of the Wisconsin State Fair; the reporter found the firm did not comply with the contract and subsequently lost $225,000, Nov. 6 - 9, 1984.
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    Courier-Journal (Louisville) series examines Kentucky's system of care for the mentally ill; explores the jails, community mental-health agencies, the state hospitals, a look at Wisconsin's mental-health system--one of the most progressive in the country--and a personalized look at the troubled lives of the mentally ill, December 1983.
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    Chronicle of Higher Education reports the independent foundations of public colleges and universities are under increased scrutiny from state and federal officials; discusses investigations of foundations at Univ. of Wisconsin at Stevens Point, Univ. of Connecticut, Southeastern Oklahoma St. Univ., Portland State, and elsewhere, Sept. 14, 1988.
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    Milwaukee Journal articles on University of Wisconsin administrators find corporation they set up to benefit the university could reap them substantial benefits also; investigation finds dean who was president of the corporation left last university job under fire for other business dealings, August 1979.
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    Milwaukee Journal article explains how Wisconsin doctors who had had their licenses revoked for wrongdoing managed to get them back, April 3, 1985.